A major exhibition on the past,
present and future of the City of London
as a centre for international trade.
The Walbrook Building, London EC4
21 June to 9 September 2012
Tuesday - Sunday 11am to 5.30pm, Friday until 7pm
Look out for special one-off events taking place throughout the exhibition, including a guided Foster/Rogers walk, examining the architecture of two great architectural practices in the City; and the Walbrook Walkabout, following the route of one of London’s most significant lost rivers to examine current archeological sites, led by archaeologists from the Museum of London Archaeology.
Saturday 4 August, 09.30-11.00
Archeological Site Tour
Join archaeologists from Museum of London Archaeology and the Thames Discovery Programme for a tour of current archaeological sites in the City of London and a visit to the Thames foreshore, following the route of one of London's most significant lost rivers. Please meet at the Trig Lane stairs 09:20, (just to the east of the Millennium Bridge N side). This walk will begin on the foreshore (sturdy walking boots or Wellingtons are advised) and finish at the Museum of London. Sadly, there is no disabled access.
Info: Meet at the Trig Lane stairs, just east of the Millennium Bridge north side. Sturdy walking boots or Wellingtons advised. The walk will be led by Nathalie Cohen who can be contacted on 07767 782791 on the day. Booking essential.
Saturday 4 August 09.30-11.00
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An NLA exhibition in conjunction with the City of London